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I have not had food like this since leaving home, and I’m 72. I’m in a food coma. Husband had the steak tacos. He loved them. I ordered so much, because the menu looked so good. The tamale with beans and sour cream was beyond...More
Not too spicy, but full of flavor & super tender... this is great Peruvian chicken. We brought home food for the whole family, and everything was a hit. The kids said the fries were 'really yummy' But the chicken was the star. We'll be back...More
We shared the Family Chicken. It came with 3 sides. We code the Cactus which was delicious; the Corn on the Cob which was also very good; and the Tamale and beans, which were highly disappointing. The corn meal in the latter was hard and...More
The tacos, flautas, and huaraches are made with corn tortillas instead of flour. They have soup (caldo tlalpeño), fried plantains, green salad, grilled veggies, several rice dishes, yucca fries, and nopal cactus-- these are... More
The tacos, flautas, and huaraches are made with corn tortillas instead of flour. They have soup (caldo tlalpeño), fried plantains, green salad, grilled veggies, several rice dishes, yucca fries, and nopal cactus-- these are all probably gluten free. Also, I would think that most (if not all) of the grilled meats are gluten free. The owners are very nice and speak good English, so I would feel comfortable asking them any questions you might have about the food's preparation and I bet they will be glad to make any substitutions you might need.
Potential foods to avoid: The corn dishes do have a little mayo in them, and I know that often people with celiac disease cannot tolerate certain brands of mayo, and the beans may be thickened with flour. The cemita sandwiches are on bread. Those are the only three potential issues I see.....but again, everything there is made from scratch as far as I can tell, so I'd just ask questions. :) Enjoy! I had two really good meals there!
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